Premier Foods: Apprenticeship Programme 2019

Company : Premier Foods
Learnership Location: Pretoria, South Africa
Learnership Closing date: 10 September 2018

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A career opportunity has arisen within Maintenance Departments. This apprenticeship programme spans over a 3-year period and is a great opportunity for a young person who is motivated by self-development, together with commitment and drive towards learning. 

Have you attended a technical high school or have you studied the 
following technical subjects at a TVET college:

 

  • Electrical Trade Theory
  • Mechanical Trade Theory
  • Mechanical & Electrical Drawings
  • Engineering Maths
  • Engineering Science 

 

Qualifications:

  • N2, with four (4) subjects relevant to the trade
  • N3 qualification will be advantageous

 

Key Outputs:

  • Required to work a 5-day week
  • Required to work shifts
  • Will be expected to work weekends, public holidays and after hours as and when required
  • Milling business unit apprenticeships will be required to travel between sites, as and when required 
  • Own transport will be advantageous


If this is you, then together with your analytical and logical thinking, your attention to detail, good communication skills and your ability to contribute in a high performance environment is required by Premier.

This will consist of accredited theoretical and practical training which on successful completion can lead to you becoming a qualified Millwright.

All employees who would like to be considered for this role and who meet the minimum requirements, are invited to apply.

 




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Date listed: 2018-09-05 13:36:55 | Closing date: 2018-09-10 | INTERN | Location : Pretoria South Africa